Radioworld presents Rock and Roll Hall of fame inductee Bob Heil
- Saturday July 12, 2014 at the BARC Hamfest, Milton Ontario!
Bob will host two workshops;
The first hour will start with the 10 minute DVD and cover the proper use of microphone, adjusting transmitter EQ, performance demonstrations, etc.
The second hour will start with a different DVD – about 8 minutes and then spend time doing live demonstrations on improving receiving audio set ups and covering some of the actual science of Audio… How it affects everything about Amateur Radio operations.
This is one for the record books….. See you there!
About Bob Heil (source Wikipedia)
Bob Heil (October 5, 1940) is an American sound and radio engineer most well known for creating the template for modern rock sound systems. He founded the company Heil Sound in 1966, which went on to create unique touring sound systems for bands such as The Grateful Dead and The Who. He invented the Heil Talk Box in 1973, which was frequently used by musicians such as Peter Frampton, Joe Walsh and Richie Sambora, and is still in use today.
Heil has been an innovator in the field of amateur radio, manufacturing microphones and satellite dishes for broadcasters and live sound engineers. In the late 1980s Heil Sound became one of the first American companies to create and install Home Theaters, and Heil has lectured at major electronic conventions and taught classes at various institutions.
He has won multiple awards and honors, and in 2007 he became the first manufacturer to be invited to exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.